Download here: Dec 2 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 4MB)
In this issue:
- Conservation Council WA and WA Forrest Alliance comment on Biodiverstiy Conservation Bill introduced to Parliament.
- Telstra exchange fault leaves locals and the Weekly without internet access.
- Looking back with Molly
- Community Input sought on a new ‘uniquely Walpole’ look for the Weekly
- Fun run and social photos of the week
Download here: Nov 25 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 4MB)
In this issue:
- Health Service Providers and Walpole community meet at an open forum
- Community input essential for Safety and Crime Prevention Plan
- Medivac rescue at popular fishing spot
- See Silver Chain Garden party photos in ‘My Weekly social’
Download here: Nov 18 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 4MB)
In this issue:
- Great grandson of one of the Mandalay’s captains retraces the ship’s history back to Walpole.
- Burning restriction commence
- WA farmers condemn Main Roads new bill
- ‘Movember’ campaign in Walpole
Download here November 11 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 3.7MB)
In this issue:
- Walpole golf course is set to be the first in WA to have fully synthetic greens
- Sunland Pty Ltd rejects Manjimup Shire President’s comments
- Trails and visitor ‘hubs’ planned for Pioneer Park
- ‘My Weekly social’ photos of the week.
Download here: November 4 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 4.5MB)
In this issue
- Manjimup Shire President Wade DeCampo comments on “landmark” ruling
- Walpole Police report
- Walpole Volunteer Marine Rescue will no longer monitor 27mhz radio channels
- Halloween in Walpole
The October 28, 2015 Walpole Weekly is out. In this issue:
- Pink Ribbon breakfast
- Powerline upgrade ahead of bushfire season
- CRC welcomes new editor and new management committee
The October 21, 2015 Walpole Weekly is out. In this issue:
- The Shire of Manjimup has fixed a RV dump problem in Pioneer Park that saw an overflow of raw sewage;
- The results of Saturday’s Denmark and Manjimup council elections are in;
- Multiple perspectives on a land search situation that took place in bush around Walpole last week;
And more … Download the October 21, 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 5 MB).
The October 14, 2015 Walpole Weekly is out. In this issue:
- Part two of the Weekly‘s two-part interview with Federal Member for O’Connor Rick Wilson;
- There’s something smelly in Walpole and Ivan Gardner, Penny Bird, and Ian Tarbotton are unhappy about it;
- The Walpole, Nornalup & Districts Community Development Group have endorsed Rick Wilson’s local priorities (as revealed in part one of the Weekly‘s two-part interview);
- Local recreational fisher Jim Love saved a hungry albatross;
- Walpole Primary School students inspired the Phytofighter dieback cleaning station reveals Gary Muir;
- Former Walpole Weekly editor Mike Murphy has published a novel, some of which was written in Walpole;
And much more. Download the October 14, 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 4 MB).
The October 7, 2015 Walpole Weekly is out now. In this issue:
- The first installment of a two-part email interview with Federal Member for O’Connor Rick Wilson MP. Mr Wilson talks about his background and the priority issues for Walpole & Districts;
- Kate O’Brien speaks up for the Walpole & Nornalup inlets;
- Local St John Ambulance volunteer Dennis Hall clarifies confusion around a September 13 ‘000’ call out;
- Bernie Clark is bestowed Life Membership of Walpole Volunteer Marine Rescue;
- Walpole celebrates 85 years;
- Thomas Gerner wins Walpole’s first 3D Art Awards;
And more. Download the October 7, 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 5 MB).
The September 30, 2015 Walpole Weekly is out. In this issue:
- Historical Society President Elizabeth Shaw reports on the arrangements made for the 85th Anniversary & Reunion Celebration of the Walpole Land Settlement Scheme to take place this weekend;
- Walpole Volunteer Fire & Rescue Service (VFRS) Captain Rhonda Perpoli appealed for new recruits at a community networking event last week;
- The majority of attendees at the same event said they supported the controversial clearing of the Walpole Inlet foreshore;
- Alex Williams lends his support to Cr Kelli Gillies of the Shire of Denmark’s Kent/Nornalup Ward despite differing views on a rates-payer funded pool;
- Michael Filby says the rubbish in a Shire of Denmark parkbay is a disgrace;
- Molly Smith looks back at what happened at Walpole’s 50th anniversary celebrations in October 1980;
- The Walpole Blue Wrens are the 2015 Denmark Riverside Ladies Darts League champions;
And more. Download the September 30, 2015 Walpole Weekly (PDF 6 MB).